Nebo School District Honors Creative Signs & Graphics as Business Partner for Education

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Mon, 02/28/2022 - 11:02
Natalie & Bryce Taylor with Lana Hiskey
Creative Signs Business

Nebo School District honors Creative Signs & Graphics (Bryce and Natalie Taylor) as Business Partner of the Year 2022 for the Spanish Fork/Salem Chamber of Commerce. Bryce and Natalie continue to be involved on many levels in our community and with our Nebo students. 

“The Creative Signs & Graphics team was instrumental in our new outdoor athletic stadium scoreboards at Spanish Fork High and Salem Hills High. This video scoreboard not only highlights football; but soccer, track, and anything else that is played on the athletic fields. Our videography students can create and produce high quality footage to be played during halftimes or during timeouts throughout a game,” said Lana Hiskey, Nebo Communications and Community Relations Administrator.

Also, Creative Signs & Graphics is instrumental in helping with branding, graphics, and signs for the Nebo Education Foundation. Creative Signs & Graphics went above and beyond to quickly respond and provide signs during the pandemic when Nebo School District was required to post various procedures in more than 45 buildings within days of being notified. In 2019, Spanish Fork Junior also honored Creative Signs & Graphics for their help in marketing and branding.

Bryce and Natalie have been running Creative Signs & Graphics since 2015 and love serving the community of Spanish Fork. The business has grown into a full-service sign shop offering everything from small decals and banners, to fully digital billboards, and everything in between. If it has a logo on it, they can take care of it for you! Creative Signs & Graphics is currently in the process of building a brand-new building and is excited to make Spanish Fork their forever home. 

Creative Signs & Graphics was started by Brad Ford in 1999 when he was 17 years old. The business started in a back office at Mountain Country Foods and has continued to grow ever since. He gradually hired more employees, learned more techniques, and provided quality work for his customers. Brad loved being a graphic designer and owning and operating his own business. On February 12, 2011, Brad was tragically killed in a flying accident. His family wanted his legacy to continue and purchased the business from his wife. The family continued to grow the business until 2015, and then they sold the business to Brad’s cousin Bryce and Natalie Taylor. 
Thank you Creative Signs & Graphics for being an incredible business partner in education and for being a part of the Spanish Fork/Salem Chamber of Commerce. Bryce and Natalie are true Nebo Heroes!
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By Lana Hiskey